Besides empowering and educating local rescuers, we want to facilitate the adoption and transportation of Romanian dogs by American families. Romania has a surplus of homeless dogs that live in areas of high risk for abuse. Stay tuned for the launch of www.DogsWithoutBorder.org
Care for Dogs Romania website development, logo creation, social media presence on all channels. Check out their brand new, shiny website here: http://carefordogsromania.org/.
Centrul Teritorial Veterinar Sector 2 website development, logo creation, and online and print marketing strategy to improve the adoption rate. Additionally the website will help the Center's employees provide better and more informed updates regarding the welfare of the adopted dogs. The adopters will have an easier time finding the updates regarding their respective dogs. Check out the new website here www.ctv2.org.
Fundraiser for building a shelter for Street Dogs Saving Mission Bacau. We wrote the shelter business plan, set up the website, and we are promoting the fundraiser. Check it out here www.happystreetdogs.com
"The Forgotten Dogs of Romania" short documentary (to be released soon)
Infographics series about the Romanian homeless dogs situation.
Fundraiser for Center of Hope Homeless Pets Hospital located in Bucharest, Romania. The hospital is the project of Romania Animal Rescue, an American 501(c)3 association which makes a difference by organizing spayatons (over 50,000 dogs and cats spayed/neutered), offers free veterinary care to homeless pets at their clinic in Craiova and soon in the Center of Hope in Bucharest. The hospital needs a vital x-ray machine which costs $60,000. So far we raised over $40,000 and we organized a Facebook fundraiser for the remaining $20,000 Check out the funraiser here https://www.facebook.com/donate/10154728136255774/
Promoting the Veterinary Center District 2 Bucharest Petition. The goal was to reach 5000 signatures to show the population support for the distance adoption program at Veterinary Center of District 2 Bucharest. We ended up raising over 6500 signatures in a little bit over three weeks.